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ffpllfH AND SOUTH s- On t Novejner Olh 1908 I with the church ofa3ay charge here which I I erllltttJrdtBring as tjii church at Highland listen ing t au rabje s rnum d Hveerd by Ibv IC W fwtbytue D J plnfOr of the PleasanlGreen Baptist church J xluflou Ky r On the norulugol the Ytt we took i i ci iIUU rbii1 wt- li 1ltivhatwiieftd rfuthlea Bcpttetohurch- off that city to prtacb the oth1T 1n f atallatlouierraonof Rey U Notice r toe pastor lfJU IWaawetatthetrulu- r In Cvlugtuu Ky v RV 1i n ttttr and carried to my stopping placd by him After v luJ J5Uwe time 11 It- bay G W WjotLoI Cuylugtoy Ky we aiei many old IrieudhSuuday unorulug we met a hye and healthy Sunday cmol utuiol thu management of Pi of C D r Homer principal ol the high ftuhkOl ol the city aa buperluteudent kin heart aotmed ti be lu the work oi scout and church At 11 a m Wt were arettyd by a laige crowd who cave to here UH So for tluee times that lay wttttood before toe people to preach Clods word Ai 8 pm there gathered tea largest crud ut the dxy aud ou thtr rt h4le w1llad JL flub ujett lig Mud the vplrlt df kodi iia wUh ia Rev Nutter entered upon kite new laid with Il4t rlugprojiptcts every Uilug seemed to mukC With 15 item na regularityf ti cburcbiiemtd to be proud ol tue iuau41 ilitir cuo Of auu be iu turqIfWfdW be p ate l wtU bill ueW tuo i 1 rfj Lou church 01 farjii haJiopt gpci aator cud lleei Wt his pinca Uti tac lard to till OaMoudajthe 28rd we l betook our irives to tbeQueeu City ol 4 tot gteat we alu Oompauy with R JVB Nutr cud Ward There we met the jUpit minuter of tbdoilyaud were cot buoyat kf able miutttiera tM t NewTestasmett imoug whoa wjire kv tUrrli Rub biion J J jAOkion turd orb us our visit to tjiai eitj was to preach I or lleV L W tiiay liIJon hlbt t orlel a oupgmauwho i ordained rHwuile lu charge at W uoiieiter Ky i and Q VV Wyatc Fhew churcil lately purohatud by b1Aptple m1J1I treet Clnclrnati having 4uved from the old Carr trwtt church which they 1rioted so 101111 bejsmid to bo well pleased with their oatv home Rev Wyatta people surely love him We Jtad the plrasure of meeting their lam I flee and their churches and preacheu for them May the Loid bleat theB tl tints ol ClnoTunaii ThuukfghiiJg found mi on our way borne to lu oar Ourohou srd day a TtiiE7b fYu tat bob1eseat diY a + Sunday and leUf1at pret liowith Rev rJJiI JaIDI anther o my mnrf WiMfitofcpel C uniWDlk wbotnl have kqpwRN1 arivay ltlf Jlfe end whom I biptlaed In the Nicholas Till 11 Baptist ObMWiJ Jomaiiyaara ago then he wat Taikifb hribouHl2year 9t age It nas pleased Sod toehr I barn into the mliitttt udtrnhitaxbEo- plritualofs Cottfe ti ttff t- placo 1 i1u 14 Oitritthia Ia ix9D ooo i ld9aOd 1 j p 1 Iii MMi s Ca + qt 1 r M wt rtl j inhabit n n nllutted on the iucHU Cceuceul riilrodd We spent ten days with him und hiM gord people Isis dear little wife is truly a preachers wife I Iiiveiiiowcriterirotu asJUCh W14R11 heCseaen about twelve years ago at NlcnolanvlUe Ky aachiidrn ofso they appear very much mine The whole church both old anti htrnyaud ilirv have splendid Suudaywhocl cud B Y P U Rev WilliamH is UUP of our coming younjt men auddeiiued to do great good in the work of the j ministry While there Rev G M Moore 1 the missionary of toe South Uidtrlct association came lu from an extended trip through the mountains and reported the great need of the god pet iu these localities fluids yet ut de v leluped aid citing ned of yuuvg- ueu to go to BU IU pHce arid preach and build up the cum f Curiat Muy a youu man that uuW she atouud some pUlpit in a city cbarch waiting chance to preach aa the uaator may wake way for hint by giving up that hour to bun or belug out of tuwu Ibey hope the pastor may soon die or resign so they can get a job but lu nearly all snob OAses the church refuses to call BUCU man Wt u the pastor is rewov d aII death or otherwise the church wants a I map who la doiun riometbiuK and has j I douu souieihing So I advice young I mn to get up and go aud do the woikj which the LuiU has Dotted them to doII Every pieaotur cauuol be a city pasj tor owe oft ur reatec men aud strongest city paatun reoiived thir early uaiuiug in tte rural uUtriota B I a Jubu the Bapliht go out lu the wil demtss and preach aud you will be heard Men whom God has caled will go out Cud look fur work and he wilt looks shall Hud it I speak from experience When 1 started out and preached allII best I could end found work to do I found a place wlusr the WWI no church I called tb people together and orgau gauized a ouurch aud ordained deaoous aud 1 became pastor of it aud my fame spread fur miles around aud theoniiroa in Nloholagville Ky a tqwn of 8000 2241wuU1WIIu erri tell yenta rue ei7t WOotUII l- ctrl r us onllfclt to Paris a towu of 10 1 UUO 11 uple cud a cqurP gt14ore tbu dUO members 20 1 do niiV dVsplde the day ol nuiail tbiugs be faithful over slow I i tuihRH Go preach tits gospel dear young miniaterf Rc V Mwore preached fcwo Kdud ddriuuus at Sometset WIA God tileba him In his worn YII 1 returned howe December 14tb and fouud my family Well rind ouuich do ring Wdll audl1 eyes were turned tow I the meeting oi tit New Bm lubtitute with the Jiusi ii utita cuuich D OC1WII bar IBih lyih auf IBih j we iudeeu lied a pleasaul slid proHiablo atoslou The l ltuiuieu were KUUc1 the doctrine proclaimed by etaeu speaker made the deport irouget as iluib wtntou Oth er deuouiiutxtious came m great nuui note auk asked mauy questions cud ifitii to preseuc tutlr Viewb tbtlr 1 uuuibtura were the lenders lu this but lilex were met squarely iu each u I tJJ Ujv iiulier sly uuuiiiuug those qu tiou euubled us to gut the exact vie via ueld by tuui aa in toe case ot qUta I iiou usktU br 11 campbeilfte prtmuUer I 4iTtie bubjuul ot buptibUi I was I t C ifougut out uy their own tintsj lual iney b puz0 iu oraer to eaVututln Uri other wmds tuuy ttapu b pVinial rcgeueiatiou tuat water washes sway aii iiint a mau Is cuauged iu the water a in tue act ol baplibiu Walls the I Bapiisb the ud lauumtirher teach aud practice what lr Iauuuiit tue w Jri M I Qd uauieiy i aituelioty Spirit ra Kdueutes Won aud lue uuun e JII wad by mm alone cud the moo act baptised beudUoe ol that Taut lut ue i bliiieu 0 uauae he Is Ueau to oiu cud ralatd up bdoauaheia wade dive lu uhriat Jjsu We as Uapuats do not baptize Uiuu to save them but because they are already saved before by the quidaeuiug power of me Spirit of God For this doctrine Alexauder Campbell anti hilt iqMoweia were txul idtdfrvm the Baptist couch cud tin Red Stout Baptist avsociatiou In the state of Virginia4 a bout 1816 ThV are ouly a set if dlsoiderly ex tluded Baptists and form no part ol the church oi Curist Tjey ale preaoa iuga dutriue as daugtrous as it is falde the ab urd Idea of a water legeuera tfon SIfnilt of our weak Biptiata try to Ifoldtbe same thing 1 know 1 was saved oaths before 1 was baptized being boru again in JuaeU74 end btptlakA about toe Ifyat t NHyeml 11 Oie eame jy a fcfiil I was paved tjeu Mpuph as lam now for I was Vbrn again and water bid rfotbfak tbdo witHI ijlml vatlouy ua1l1 deceived itiaa ia i poalttoe command from your Master and 1 htQ- wplvas an answer of a good conscience toward God having dosuxbfe wild i tend ll4Clar1Attont of JelugLtt1f eaa4a uJ plt11lP alb mftH J I yi wny tfom all sin and not water Water on r1 works as a figure and not really I tBpttots must preach more on the dJs ilnctive prlnciplfs of B tptlats I see it Ineed more an time advance t H B K SBaTER Paris Ky THE AFROAMERICAN COUNCIL Important Meeting of the of Sub committee in Washington Sit LouIs the next Meeting lla W3 er Iluyta Snpereerat d as 1IaIutd orfcunlzer Call on Pre idem KooHevcK M W htugton Drt ember14thA meets i tar fubcouim tiee f the xtouI rouimittee of the National Afro ninvttn Council was held here lustl Thursday Altrr the traucacliou of a lot of routine burlnese U Was decided that the next netting of the Natioi al AfroAmeic n Ciuuoil wodld be held at Si Louin Mo begiuuiug Tneadsy Sept 4h 1904 A oLmmittee of five Was appoiuud to appear before the plfclfoiiucoujmittreor the ntxt Nu tioual Hepubhcau C uveati u to urge that u take vigorous aoiiou to rectify tue mahguaui suttiagt abuses known to exist iu certain t tate of the Repub lic A rtsolntinu rt qUI filing that the Sauato of the Unite d Slates take speedy lAud favorable actiou lu the matter of of the uominatiou of Dr Crum as col lector ol the port at Charleston was uuaWimuua1adopted We are opposed tc tbe unrepubllcan principle ol drawing the color line in toe Republican party which has been inaugurated lu certain states to the detiituent of the party and the injury of sumo of the must uuuoinpromilug suppoilera of Its policy iu the past aud we believe thatsib0 proposed re duction of representation In the Na Hun Republican Convention would be an injustice wiiiou the party should outperpetrateWe ibis opportunity to tx pr oni odtttukttsfi b it ltiuss- vtlt i fur daring at all times i Maud up for impartial justice aud the manhood rigLt guaranteed by the laws and tue Constitution and the laws bed there ou We pave never asked eptcmi eons deration iu any matter necUng the Oauunou rlghUof citizeua and siuuerc ly believe that ue has urn sought to give us such He hue treated Ua lust like outer cliizeur und we Imvo never alt d tot more awl will not Ot arttitflcrt With lea By MUuouuOLiDg Umt he Would not suumU tJ the closing of the door of hope to u e he pmytd tue ga mut of priucpleslor when tue uuiiou stuuds arid bur Which its ouuders dedicated their lives their iortuuea Curt their scored houor i moug those present were tiabpp A Walters chiiimau of tire extcuttve committee T 1ihjmas Fortune prebl deut Cyrus Field Aduis nucrd ary j Jouu W Tuoujpscm irraaurei Ww A Pledger liutresidei t Walter JU Ciheu Itouioiaua WI T Audrews South Car awe John C I ba cy krth laroliua William H diehard Bleu tuokyj AB Ooaey MeWJeisey1 P B S PmcuuaCK auu R U Terreii of the Ditfiriob of Coluuioia Anadjjurned Meeting of the aub executive oommlttev was held Satur llorgauzutheldll fetedW1 tall was appointed coiuoel1 lor foe Di tact oi = CJiumbWJ A domuiiiitee was appolaiud to revise the ouuatituttuu rue MibBouiiAitjmbarn pf T the tXtcq tips committee wtre authorlztd to prt ceed to wake arrauteiuents for theof neat auuuarui6btngof the Council at St Louis Dttlnuo uctlou wee tak u tuat the orgauizaliou should no longer bo nonpartisan m character vAt noun ou Saturday the almmit eeiC ed up on Pfcsueut ItooBeveli bF0 apooiut waLt Lu pay 11tJI rtaucutq Ja hMda very pie aabt auditic The New Murk Age t J 1II DrldDgOulthe EnemyI These are days o coldsarpand eudden attaoting throat Ana Rings and leamu a to coif juetceadntrhobtl fist llttb to think abut AVoldittrtb rex posur iand fish tb0nfltay of health ajjdjoojnjpu fJf1fetf ftAvfpVn kit er the family standby for slat iVconqueVi JrlLIft11 0fiyaria s a tbhVyoiget thViigfftarildle TtieVe Irf tlahaDDe paInklllertitPsryibhv1l ellf s i 1 1t elliiI I 1 iilt lT thvE i 1 lt 711 I ul f 19JI- 1 I EIt I o It1UIs1iidill YtlirfJrrtrit 1 It JI1fll 1 9 is rra 41 1 r e 7fl IJ n le I t GREENWOOD CEMETEByIt 39rH K GREEN WOOD AVE r a I Ths Belongs Cemetery to the UNION DVLLOrMNJ6OJ I r Composed of some of- F 1 theleading Colored buss ness men of oarcity and I is now in successfuloper aaion It not only furnishes the largest and best Cemetery for the burying of our dead but I is a first class invests ment The entire property I cost 50 00600 includ ing buildings and equip t ments By selling I graves at f50o each it is worth over 20000000 Choice lots will be sold jat f5 oo pr grave for olny one year and then rdvanced to 700 This cemetery has been in active operation for several month nrul I is doing a splendid busi I I ness at very small ex i pense By reason bf i icJ I I l I r 9 w payments I IForfurther j apd1Vto e th 1r of thefollow J I I Officers and Board of Directors IIIt C Malone Pres l H Perdue VicePres i t I ViceProsB0i 0ur tI 1il fiafrM Tl yi +r w rr m H srteardi IH- t lI JUnius 1F H Antle W A Jones James S Carte r I j Janes A BlacJc1 John A Henry Hams W M Johiijror tt Edward Hansberry CM 1 l L 1 The Phelps hail Bible Training School Connected with the Taakegee Nor mal and Industrial Institute at Tuske gee Aa oilers exotptional opportunities r fro young men wisl log to prepare for the Christian ministry The ebief alai pf the inatruciion is to affoid young men and wt men acgmprbeuatve knowledge of tbe Eugti h Bible and to Implant in their hearts an ambltloh to dfdioate their lioeatothr elevation and Christianiiatlon of their race StuI nqalred to do iniiaionary wC k in tire various churches a d Sutu ryschools near the and report on same each week Theteaehing in the Bible school is wholy audenotninational the iuten Lion tieiug not to oppose or antagonize any theological work gow being done but ratter to assist all denomluatious Phelps Hall s three Blonde high It contains a chapel lirary treading room oulce and three recital ion rOOWtJtJ b sides forty rooms ipr dormitory pur poses Rev EJKar J Pduny is in Charge of the work and Is assisted by Rv B H Petereouf aid Roy J H Gadson A pedal course of lectures IIt Riven each year in tbe Hlble school by Dr C O Bqote pt Silma Ala RL Rev George W Clinton of N CancT Or H T Jonubon Philadelphia Other notables also lecture from time to time The teephing la free The cost orI boars including furnished loom light fdei and laundry ig It eight dollars perimouth Students are afforded an ppnprtnmty to work two o three dol lara of this amonnt each month In some eases arrangetnenta can be made work oat the entire Lack of means need debar none Further in fqrmation if desired can be secured by addreaaingBOOKER T WASHINGTON PrlnoIpalTuBkeKee Normal and Indus= trial Initltiite TU8k lee Ala t r i t WV NTIfPrTRUSlWORTBCV LADY l of gentleman to diacagd business in tfaii obnntya id Idjjbtnltik r1for bauie of olW trioanolafc ampdlog 2000 stridgbt AMI7 iateTyJ andi fxpnBi paidaob Exmpence motley a vnceGJ 4etperma ieta Ad s r+ 81tlbbi l i4iCDi1o J t t 1Iaril In lIhlUitri t 4 J 1 oli t1 t rv l f i- I 1W iftt Ie JJ THE ENTRANCE I ITHE SEXTONS RESIDENCE I Worlds Fair March 1904 Mr John C Weber director of Web prft Military IU nd of Cincinnatit known BH tbait Pm Bind of America has comp iSfd rue Ht Louis Worlds Fall March1901and dedicated it to tbe Lminlanul Purcnase Itwill be distributed throuKh tb passen 1 ger department the B O S W R Rt WSrlas Fair Kouteret 10 cents per cut y allfnFedorgotten up with highly illuminated ti le coyer Mr John C Weber is not only a great Musical Director but be I has written some very catchy and pop II ular n irohea The St 1rats Worlds Fair M rct1IB the latut uccots will aild far her to his tam MrWrberi acd his great organization of artist has defeated all comers In tbfe national coutcsts at Elks Rend i i i wheni a notable coutet composed or the lead I UK lards of America won the fiist prize hf f100000 it IIB cuudenttex pet that Mr Webers Wo IdS Fair March will becomes popular air daring theI text year and every btiuxehold snoUlti have a cupy of this music taunt 10 ceutH m silver to the under signed and a copy of the Worlds lair Mara will bo mailed to your address aSyAlttrk Knrelopp FIRAucafenttpn ring- u Sr r p MCCARTY GeulI Ba Jjucr Agt I j B O S WKRi iII Cluclnuati O i atr1i The ewTGrk mrliaeFarmer I TJiq Tribune Fannerlias no snpdrior anywhere in lute wide world as a pab lication for farmers and theirfamillee It does riot to be earn tell how to ex tract green cheese from the moon but everything worth knowing about tbe theory or practice of farming is treated by m l n recotfgda abbfperts id thftf various lidfB i ButTb TribuniJFarM er d plIpo than supply oue p1tt bleiufo mp 1 Ion Il keeps tLe ar er- in touch with all the laist impro ty text afad Ji tbk ban 4especial atttnioo thither Woak bMtg done at agricultural icolltgei alll ovSr the bHtr11BM8fJI thinI t I tenfu Joterest the Women folDI I hwto I r I TI t h1ill1l ytuftor a f pfl opt1ie fclPa ilck fiVlTls R J Yd xribrllertDlatsiyltNtr t t i J rrtllftltluJr 34 F rs t JLJ a JftI t tlt 7 the adaptability of this ground to tbrusesiofja cemetery and the admirable location of the property the cemetery can be conducted at a much less expense than other cemeteries ACCESSThe easily takiogtheAlNUT ST CARS and transfer to GREENWOOD AVE and get off at thegateISTOCK ETC I The Stock of the rom is divided intosnares of Isoo each and sofd on easy It is the intention of this company to get a large peopleioteJestsd instead of having few big stockholders controlr I the property and get all the benefits t f I Infortmii in lnfaFirst sn4 c W- f Perkins Wheatly MerrifieldLl i tIoi1Qil institution to cam Exposition of kand twice paJti1anor tnenta f lie 4 NW niNstrrOT1t Irtji1 rti rli rttttttt we bOpe oJdJnUtqte gIqIiIiiJ fIrrJanuary 1804ns follows it v I J 11 Hchderson Norris Obapel Jaiiaarj- Padaoab Cr8 jj 11 First Ward Jaoaay IIJ iC EarllDfton February f4r 1 ttl B wllug Green KtwDjthelt F h ua ry1718Elisabeth ito1 I Hopkfhavli1e Main St eEtell Itercel 28 81 j f- P 1rrnlrtsm reniboror April 6 8 J I ILl Louisville April 20 22 r e Franklin ElevatorI Ma 44 t tDlsofJWe hope that the panto v A ortttii JJt r4toethert moetiog a eueceeroe be doeetandl acIfwill be done tine programme aaarl U ranged to tint oils ami tbb pohple q nt uld hay 1ha bauefi t of ea h lecture n- Js tpqPJmme la b fag u qd all QVJH ni the ate among tht Baptist white and ft black The Lord bioss the woik- f am Yours fIn Strv Ice I t Pi H KKlfJtB arr- Henderson 01 u J Ky tGenl Musionarj i flt il e a It 1N + POll vJtI8rti YU UtfcJ i it C I 11 IHasWnmow8 o Yatir ilaJ Wen used lot dttrtiI h9iittr btmUlfo12 l tb 1n of mothers tkclr CkfldrtM whll tttth I tit e 1ch1 1 owhcenli xJ ottle BctmraandMklorMrB tI Winilpwi Sootkiag Syrap aad take obittI UV I I I rIN Wrif4lbIpPRA I Mil i + Xll J t I f tlU 1J iJ In the bodK of memory there ie i of- er hfatll IiktirdifeWtonlibl naEW Iglu t se WbIttthtaeensthaiae uirit- bittgoeiltra laitaatyr tI11Mklp aI itmisoldier tlO ss7 pia ad n alas sdalwio ilebrs Lung ss eirrs th woii i It- Itrr I 1f bifiAt alittksttm l t qs ti t11 it t u t rrry A 1 iii 7u 1 Tl iTANTCANBA1T rJ NTTABY 1 1994l- Y 0 l AMERICAN BAPTIST ESTABLISHED 1879 t PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY oFFICE 710 KIFTH ST LOUISVILLE KY T11RtOw m YBAR in avance 125 jijc MONTHSIf 75 VMRHH MONTHS 40 JfiTONB COPY PRBR9K Doe year to ay one who win Mild bw names Jko64 The date em tkc label yoa paper shows w what- was you kmre paid liva both ua receiot and b rcqntst for payment If proper credit has not been irra wjtbin two Of mte weeks from timef pye t notify os AK kwdfy ut promptly of nay change ia Poet Offi ci ddreta a that there may be BO error or delay b- raring of pape- rFRIDAY JANUARY i 1904 VOL XXVI NO1 LAST week conditions anden vironments gave us the opportunity and blessingof looking backward and commenting upon our past record and achievements and this week having crossed the threshold of a new year we are privileged in looking forward t gather fresh hope and courage for the contest that confronts us Our paper the oldest in our denomination in this country and with one exception the olaest race journal now published enters upon its twentysixth year with bright prospects for the future and witha new determina tion to do better service than ever before Our policy is unchanged and while we shall be loyal to denominational affairs we shall not be unmfndful of race interests be cause in this every Negro should be deeply concerned Vhere we have means and the opportunity we desire to make improvements and enlarge our ability for doing good and in this if we have the sup port of our readers we will be doubly blessed The student is r said to be the best advertisement 1 A raceAJ papers representatives and to each and everyone of them we appeal fort cordial support this year Our contemporaries have always been our strong supportand our relations must be just as friendly and cordial as in the past With this kindly sentiment we this kindly sentiment we tip our hat to 1904 and wish alla HAPPY NEW YEAR FROM current comments it is evi dent that the Suffrage League Con vention organized in Washington I City two weeks ago is intended to supplant or antagonize the Afro American Council which was organized several years ago having the same objects in view and composed ot some of our most public spirited and representative men The argument is made that the Council has not accomplished its purpose and that it Is dominated by men who are objectionable to some of the leaders in the new movement The first objection is true and it will possibly be true of new organization in time but that will not argue that an honest and earnest effort has not been made to accomplish that end The second objection is frivilous and could be urged with as much pros perity against the new organiza tlon for the time will never come when some one w 11 not object to those who manage and control its affairs just as they will to those who control other organiz itions i I These objections are usually more I I imaginary than real and are the outgrowth of jealously or envy and not alw tys nude for the good of tthose must concerned There is no reason to believe that the per I sons who control the new organize tion are more earnest conscien tious efficient and unselfish than those who manage the Afro Amer ican Council I I JT has been our contention for many years that the encourage i lug of the lynching habit would dII I I velop the spirit of lawlessness un jj 1 it til it would show itself in other di rections and become a menace to law and order in any community This was displayed last week in Pineapple Ala where a mob after lynching a colored man undertook to destroy the evidence of its guilt by burning the jail The jailwas set on fire which was communicated to the adjoining buildings and in this waya loss of 35000 was brought upon the property holders of the place as a result of a lynch ing which could have been ted no doubt if there had preveuI disposition to do so A liberal re ward has been offered for the apprehension ol the law breakers but had not the property been destroyed little attention would have been paid to the destruction of a human lifeIx a terrible fire and panic in the Iroquois Theatre Chicago last Wednesday afternoon nearly 600 people were burned and tramped to death and more than halfas many more injured The fire originated on the stage and though the alarm was given and the people urged to be cool and collected they lost control of themselves and rush deathINEWS AND NOTES Welcome to 1904 A Happy New ear Rev E T Fishback ol the Cor inthian Church Frankfort Ky has resigned The Kentucky Legislature will meet in regular biennial sessiou next Monday Begin the new year by sending in your subscription if you happen to be in arrears Read the label on your paper Rev W J M Price of Law renceburg Ky has been called to the pastorate ot the Bethel IMaptist Church Maysville Ky Rev C D Douglass D D pas tor of the Main St Baptist Church Lexington Ky has accepted call to Galesburg Ill and will assume his new charge Sunday Feb jth The City Council of Winchester KyJt has refused to issue license to the saloons in that city indas a consequence they are closed The matter will be taken into the Courts The First Baptist Church Ver sailles Ky celebrated the twenty seventh anniversary of the pastor ate of Rev C Siiothers D D last week with appropriate services recentlydiedyears was one of the nchest col ored men in that State He owned at least 30000 acres of land and was worth about 70000 Rev P H Kennedy D D General Missionary for Kentucky- ii I conduct a New Era Institute with the Norris Cbapel Church Henderson Ky next Wednesday Thursday and Friday Pastors and wjrkers in that vicinity are urged to be present a c an excellent pro gramme has been arranged for he mooting The American Bible Society has made its 87th annual report Last year it published nearly 2000000 copies of the Bible or parts of it the greatest number it has ever published Half ot these were in English the other half in almost every language under the sun Iu Syria the demand for Arabic Bibles crowds their presses to the utmost and in China the demand is much greater than the presses can supply fTUE STATE TEACHERS ASSOCIATION I The 27th annual session of th State Teachers Association con vened in the A M E Z Church I at 13thand Broadway Monday afternoon December 28th and was called to order promptly at 2 oclock by President F L Williams The opening song was ren dered by Seventh grade pupils of the Western School under the di rection of Miss Mamie E Maxwell Rev G B Walker addressed the tLtone of grace and the enrollment o teachers was made A musical number was then sung by the Eighth grade of the Western School under the direction of Miss G G Moor The opening addresses were delivered by Profs G P Russell W H Perry of Louisville C W Reynolds of Maysville upon I How may Schools be improved The next address was by Prof Reuben Post Halleck upon Moral Training as the Chief Practical Aim of the Teacher The addresses were all well delivered and were warmly discussed EVENING SESSION Vhen President Willi ms called the meeting to order at 7 V oclock the church was crowded to the doors and standing room was it a premium After the opening song Rev Joseph Courtney D D ffered prayer The address of welcome earnest cordial and im pressive was delivered by Miss M S Brown and the response by Miss Mary A Titus The associa tin was favored with a well ren Jered duett by Misses Ella B Rus sell and Willie B Cooper Prof Kelley Miller having failed to reach the city in time to fill his place on the programme the evening wa jevoted to having impromptu ad dresses from Profs J S Hathaway C C Monroe J R Harris W H Fouse Dr W H Ballard Mr Chas Stewart Profs G P RuatoJ11 C F Sneed Rev C H Parrifh D D Mrs L B Sneed All tht addresses were practical and in structive The pupils ot the High School rendered two beautiful se lections President Williams delivered the closing address when the benediction was pronounced by Rev G C Clements SECOND DAyMORNING SESSION Jesus Lover of My Soul the opening song was announced promptlyat 9 oclock when the second days work of the Association was begun Rev J E Vood of Danville offered prayer The reading of the minutes was dis pensed with and the first subject for discussion Manual Training in the Elementary Schools was opened by Prof I H Garvin of Winchester The paper was most generously approved by those who followed in the discussion Prof W H Gibson a pioneer teacher in Louisville before the war was in troduced by Prof W P Annis After a short recess pupils of the California school under the direc tion of Miss Lucy N DuValle ren tiered two songs in a ery pleasing way Nature Study in the Ele i mentarv Schoolsaims scope and I value was the next theme for discussion I and it was opened in a forcefuladdress by Prof C C I Monroe of Owensboro This was followed by a well prepared and comprehensive paper in Nature Study in High Schools by Prof CI W Houser Some time was spent in a most profitable discussion of the subjects After the announcement of the commit tees th Association adjourned AFTERNOON SESSION The ssociation reassembled at 2 oclock Rev C B Allen offered prayer Several teachers were en rolled before the first subject How Training of School and Home may be Correlated was opened in a spiritedaddress by Mrs Barbara- E Courtn y of Lexington This was followed by Rev J E Wood of Danville uponliliow Training of School and Church may be Cor related The last phase of the question How may Training of r r + = School and Life be Correlated ws discussed by Prof C F Sneed The pupils of the Eastern School then rendered song impressively after which a recess was taken to allow a photographer to take a pic ofI the Association When the Association reconvened Prof A E Meyzeek read a very pointed paper on How the Course of Study may be made to Contribute to the Development of Character Prof J S Cotter gave a pleasing address on Storytelling Value and Method The original points and suggestions were amusing and instructive A number of recom mendations submitted by the President I was referred to a special com mittee Revs S E Smith D D I H Frank D D I Courtney D D G C Clements and Dr M lb Robinson were introduced andaddressed the Association be ore the hour adjournment tfcMNG SESSION In order to furnish larger accom modations for the great crcwds which have attended the Assncia tton the evening session was held in Quinn Chapel and it was filledwith an appreciative audience Rev J H Frank D Doffered the opening prayer Two musical se lections followed a vtvMi solo by VIIrs M L Bonner and a piano solo by Miss Mamie K Smith were adIdrcssby Prof L V Dodge of Bena on Character Building A well ex ecuted Chorus by the Oratorio Sr Mr1ziea posing exhibition by Vliss Lucretia M Gibson ended I programmeprob1Kelly ind G W Carver of Tuskeget were introduced and benediction was pronounced by Rev J T Mor row THIRD DAYMORNING SESSION The closing day of the Assocla tion showed no waning of interest in the proceedings The pupils of the Malden Lane School sang the jpjnmg song under the direction of Prof A H Payne On motion of Prof W P Annis the President arid Secretary were empowered to have the best papers read durin the session published in such papers as they may select Mr Isaac Hath away favored the Association with a recitation which was much enjoy ed and Mrs Murray and Mrs Doug lass sang a duet The feature of the session was the excellent address of Prot G W Carver of Tuskegee upon Agricultural Training ttHe kept the large audience interested in his illustrations and striking sim iles until the close of his address and was roundly applauded Upon recommendation of the committee the following officers were elected President F L Williams Covington Vice Presidents C C Monroe Owensboro G P Russell Lexington Miss G G Moore Louisville Secretary W C Jordan Bardstown Treasurer Miss Maggie Broaddus Richmond Historian A L Garvin Harrodsburg The closing remarks were made by Prof W H Bartholomew THE CLOSING SESSION The last session of the Associa tion was as largely attended as any of the previous sessions and the en thusiasm was unabated The first topic for discussion was liThe Col ored Teacher His Opportunities and Responsibility for the Enlight I enment Development and Enoble ment of the Race and was discussed I by Profs W B Ferguson N A Fleming and Miss Lyda Adams The addresses were full I encouragement and clearly out lined the wholesome influence the teacher may exert iin his work One of the most inspiring addresses was then delivered by Prof Kelly Miller of Washington City upon i Effective Education who was listened to with rapt attention The reports of the committees on the Presidents Recommendations i ftonisbillpj Rational Banking Co S E Cur Firth and Market Streets Boxes for rent in Strongest Safety Vault 500 per year and upward l land Declaration of Principles were animatedIdiscussion adopted The Associa tion then adjournedTHE The largest and most enjoyable social gathering of the week was the elaborate banquet given Wednesday evening at OddFellows Hall by the teachers of Louisville and Jefferson County to the visiting teachers Covers were laid for 250 asIWOUldpetite The guests assembled early I grandIguest seated at the same time During the supper toasts were de livered as follows Our Guests Prof A E Meyzsek Our Hosts Prof J S Hathaway Woman Her Influence and Sphere Prof C C Monroe Our Country ProI J H Garvin jjOur Prefer son Mrs Lizzie B Fouse Influence ot the Press on Popular Edncation Prof W C Jordan Our Patrons Prof Isaac Fisher Influence of the Pulpit on Popi lar Education Rev Geo C Clen ents Our Boys and Girls Mrs Lavi ia B Sneed Retrospect and Prospect Prof F L Will iams The introductions by Prof VV H Perry who acted as toast master were happy and witty and the responses were appropriate and suggestive Parting words were given bv Profs Kelly Miller and G W Carver before the banquet was concuded t IN MEMORIAM Mrs Rosealme Barton died De cember 19th after fifty years ser vice as teacher in the Sundayschool of the First Baptist church Lexing ington There are many men who are now advancing in years who as boys sat under the instruction of this good woman and she always taught a class of boys One vacant seat in Sundayschool A name missed ho n the t ad e s roll- And to the grand immortal host Is added one more faithful soul No empty words but labors mark her day A faithful Annie at the temple door Her mission was to teach the youth the way Of truth and life for evermore How many generations call her blessed How many childish heart breathes forth a sigh And those older grown love her none the less All bid her a reluctant last good bye Though gone and resting from her toils Her works will follow on and en With jewels numbered by her ar dent deed Her crown 0 be tutious crown MRS ROSA E C EDMONDS CITY CHURCHES The ordnance of the Lords Sup per will be admi istfred at the Fifth Stand the Emmanuel Bap tist Churches next Sunday after noanA public meeting will be held at LairptDn St Church next Sunday afternoon in the interest of the Rfd Cross Sanitarium There will be addresses and musfc and all friends are invited The Bland Street Church will eveningPastor YReving lA rT L fr YOUR FIRST DOLLAR I2ST BANKj jat inspiration t that ti ill make it easier and easier for you to SAVE Get one of 1 our little banks and start a savings account that will bear I COMPOUND 3 per centII mt your savings We take deposit of from 25C to 5000 Call for particulars Open Daily anti 3 P M Satur days until 7 oclock KY TITLES- AVINGS BANKF- ifth and Court Place iS1ftIEaoart 1lJi1 A rlBl ifUa i Paidup Cap tal 157000 Guaranteed Fund 100000 Titles Examined and Insured 1onev Lear Eden Re al Estate tit First Mortage Real Estate Gold Bonds for Sale which net the buyer 43 per cent Bonds as small as 25 This is the best way to save Money OFFCERS GEO A NEWMAN P BSiDirV ARTHUR G LANGHAMVicaPautnlWT- C M PH ItLIPSSItCIITAkY AND bhAMAiu- GEO W HLTCIIISONTlaASUkp1- E IL Ic liON AIATTOUnDIRECTORS WH It UELKNAP CHAS H BOHMf THEO AHRENSJk WMJ HOG AN ARTHUR U LANGHAM JOHN D OTTEL GEO A NEWMAN E W HAYBfJOHN 8 P1RTLE C M PHILLIPS JOHN C STROTHER OFFICE 234 FIFTH 1ITelephones Main 1250 Home 1UO Finest Funeral Supplies at Low est Prices Calls Answered Day and Night I FALLS 61TYUN- DERTAXINGand EMBALMING CO MCOll POPATCD 1 r I I JAMES H HATHAWAY Manage OrUCK X24 E GreD Bet Proton and Pond Home Phone ilOl- KKSIHEMCE lll E Burnett Hum Ih mcMIH AuII SGRESENT CREAMERY 1023 Twelfth Stf louisvilli ft THOS F PARKS RoPlanToa ICE CREAM Fresh Bucter Milk and Eggs Buttermilk Churned Daily Caand see us we 6iwhave what you want HOII fPhone 5242 J ti t lJ f r FBmwY JANARY 1 Iool1 lumen as Well as Men Are Made Miserable by Kidney Trouble Kvinev trouble rrivs uoon the mind dis out ages and lessens arnbitio beauty vigor aye cheerfulness soon J kidti r f nevi arc out ol order dlllkLJrf orduaed Kicnty trouble his Ji prevalentii for a chila to be born r Q = afflicted with weak kid I 4 4tnci s lithe child urinI II art too often if the rine scalds the flesh cr if when the child achej ar ace wh s r it should be able to antrl the pat it Is ystt afflicted with taetir r a grad upon It the cave of e aifMcjIy kciey trout k and the first ep shoulu be towards the treatment of ese implIt organs This unpleasant rouble is d ie to a dicased condition of the Udney and bliddrr and not to a habit as nut people suppose W men as well as men are made mis ret r 10 kjnc and bladder trouble remedyfhst SwampRoot fSx11 reiiued hr J oy druggists in fifcNtent nod one dliar 1 ItzCt You ma ha a ff 1 tfT sample Le tl s 1 I Irtree v pair ht tjI lion r s nrapnoot inkall thut it iniudinr many of the thousand of tstioniu 1 biter received rcr cffnrarea In vnnc Cr Kilmer itC Pin ha Mi N Y be sure and jjcnuor this par t Dont n flU an mistake hut remem tr cue i me Sxv upUoot Dr Kilmers S rump Jtoot anal I ic lullrrss Bin b1ulP It N i on every VOttle jjtG = 111 EUREKA RESTAURANT N K cur 11th Green Sty LOUISVILLE KY Home Cooking Polite Service EverythingNeat find Inviting eals at all hurs to midnight every daya are I t q t ward to a first class hotel J H PERDUE PROPRIETOR = s W JORDAN SONS t 044 W Wain St LOUISVILLE 1 itrPTUC KY Manufacturers i duds 01 Fancy Groans id Ices Excellent Soda with Fruit Syrups For Prices and Quality Excelled By NoneT- ELEPHONE 340SY Wm WatsonI I UNDERTAKEREMBALMER N t COH CUKHTNUT AND 10 STS KLnishea Coffins Cases Shroud FuneralanI 5 Ir apt services Reasonable terme jA I lSFAC rON 1 rome Phone cResidence528 E Jac- obPickettOr VrHAND SURGEON 4IUSICIAN oiFiCK HOURS SUNDAY u in to nt a m io to ii R m s in to 3 p m 7 to 8 p m M B to 9 p m MU PRESTON ST LOUISVILLE KY IJ R NEIGHBORS 1 e its Photographer RttLardingButt us and Framtnga Specialty HOME PHONE 4918 912 W Walnut St LOUIFVILIB Kv Miltons Cale il5V BROADWAY LOUISVILLE IIrn1 at all Hours Best Service at the most Reason ablo Rates QIVE US A TRIAL Clark County Ministers and Dea cons Meetiug This body met in thet Broadway church last Tuesday at 730 p in Rev G W Tolbert was cnosen moderator Rev C Bigbee and J Henderson conducted devotional exercisesMembers I present Revs Brocik man Henderson Culrane C Big bee ToliverDeacons Bell Taylor Penn Perkins Murry Parrishand Pervine joREPORTS inFalmouthlection 13 cents Pastor preached collection 3 92 First church S S present 27 collection 65 cents Pastor and I Rev Brockman preached collec I iioii 1071 Broadway S S present 16 c3ll lection 35 cents Pastor and Rev C Bigbee preached collection 1325 The subj pct of qualification of ideacons was discussed from i Tim 3713 led by Rev H D Colerane ana followed by the brethren of the union Rev John Henderson will preach from the subject The relation ot pastor to deacons and deacon to pastor next meeting The critic made his report which was enjoyed by all I G W TOLIVER Moi- L P M BIGBKE Secy WI News From odds Point Ky The Junkins Run Baptist church is progressing nicely i I and financially and very spIrituallyII meiically though we have some very sad news concerning some of I the very important members of said church Sister Minnie Powers the widow of deceased deacon John Power who was widely known iin Kentucky for his loydty to Baptst cnterprjsas and especially to his own hurch has been very sick for six weeks but is now improving il slowly She is indeed an earnest churchworker and her recovery iis speedily hoped for The saddest all is the three deaths in the family I of brother Lewis Patterson two weeks Brother withinIj Decmber 5th his wife the i2th and his wifes mother the the 16th there lunerals were all from the Junkins Run church Brother Lewis Pat tcrson was 58 years old his wife Mahala Patterson 50 years old his motherinlaw 82 two years years I I Brother Patterson and wife leave two girls and one boy ages ranging from r2 to 18 years old These j deaths are quite a shock to the neighborhoodG I F WATSON Pastor PEOPLEJJ POINTS ABOUT Mr R T Fortune ot washing ton City is in the city Dr C W Anderson is visiting KyDMiss Martha Craig of Versailles Ky is visiting friends m the citY1 GeorgSte city visiting j I friends Mrs Mary Burnsides and Mrs Lillian Speed of Lexington Ky are in the city Mrs M W Withers of Minneapolis Minn is in the city visiti friends and relatives Miss Mary Byrd of Lexington Ky is the guest of Mrs Guy W Smith Thirteenth street Miss Jennie C Estill of Lexington Ky is the guest of Mrs Wm Walker Brcckinridge street J V L snht l oft JJjif jrson City MJ was the guest of Prof F S Delaney during the h 31idsy3 KYMr Chas Stewart the genial newspaper correspondent was n the city this week enroute to C cagoMr M T Clay of Lexington KyuGrand Master of Masons of Ky is in the city this weekon offi vial business t r Mr and Mrs Robert Overton of Pafton 0are the guests of Mr and Mrs Matthew Young 933 Thir teenth street CincianatiIOhiOj 406 Fifth street The Ladies Sewing Circle will meet at the residence of Mrs EG Harris No 1409 W Chestnut St next Tuesday evening Mrs Guy W Smith gave an en yable reception Thursday evening honor of Miss Mary Boyd of Lexington who is her guest A successful parcel reception was heldat the Filth St Church last Wednesday evening for the benefit 1of the Old Folks Home and the Orphans Home The Ruth Cantata Club will ren der the cantata ol Ruth at Odd Fellows Hall the last week m this month Look for announcements Revs J 11 Cadwell of Smithfield Ky Wnl Brown of BloomIfield K J B Wtnrow of Emi mnce Ky were in the city this weekMrs H Clark of Nashville Tenn and Miss Paralee Hillman citytheWalnut street Mrs Lizzie Lindsay Davis of Chicago National Organizer of the Vlomens Federation is in the city the guest of Mrs W H Steward Mrs Davis was a former teacher in the public schools of this city Begin the new year by opening an account with tse Kentucky Title Savings Bank Fifthand Court Place Any amount may be deposited and interest allowed at the rate of 3 per cent per annum Get one of its little savings banks and begin now to save the pennies nickles and dimes and you will b surprised how rapidly it grows City Ministers and Deacons Conference This body met Monday moaning at Green St Church Members present Revs Caldwell Coleman Craighead Gaddie Brown Bates Offutt Lewis Wm Reed Rhodest Mack McClellan Merrifield Frye Brents Warren Davis Bowen JacobsBeckenrid HamptonBrethren Weber Generals Martin Visitors Rev D Lucas J B Winrow Bro O G Dunn Rev J M Caldwell and Brethren Weber and Generals conduct ed devotional servicesREPORTS Green StS S 81 collection 3 55 pastor preached one ree ceived for baptism collection 38 Beargrass S S 25 25 pHtJr preacherc ollectio 500 Bland StS S 24 collection 60 pastor preached collection 4901i Lampton StS S 73 collection r55 pastor preached collection 3355 Good ShepherdSS 17 collection I acts pastor preached collection 1 162 63ragpastor preached collection 701 EmmanuelSS 113 collection 156 pastor and Bro Lucas preached ZionSS collection 100 1700Ipaste and Rev J J Bellamy preached collection 4500 j 36cts86 J Newburg Pastor preached col lection 602IcollectionIli75cts pastor preachedcollection I j025I Green Castle Plstor preached collection 300 J Indiana AvePastor preached collection 265 4tr I rI SHOPSON IIMerchant TailorClea- ning and Repairing neitly don e11 1 ffjr an 1 liveredSpecial Attention to tidies Work and Out of Town Orders Charge632EI3HTH KentuckyHome n 1 Jl IT IS THE OLOTHE3 THAT KE THE MAN Masterson makes the C this j iIcater to good dressers and quote the ry lowest price j jj I Regulation Garments given EsiCill Attention I I Try our Regulation Trousers at 500 and up Cleaning I Dying and Repairing neatly done f EI MASTERSON isj W Cor West Walnut Ss I cuisville Ky Q llE f it u1t- FI T I 45 THELoiwlleL I I 1 l r t I 1 Pays for profes stonaIFTEL dTrH YEAR i 71boardrent for one term the School tad hoC I hnildin ss tire the property d tnrled with fully equipt = 0 Laboratories anII Hop By the Quarterly Kearly iix CM tilttr every ase v rySystemunrivaled 0 PP OrSchool of Mcdiciur i Irorshtontbcacb dealeroa llilli till t MSSHIII is divided into fcrtunities for those Icrtiis of truce riiuhs otetttutaRuurwhol teactlre positions Terms Jitimrv A iv October Fxnmlnatlomartv as a means of live or cacti term Studcii tr- Departrnont vtntittg of any term I lihood 914et of P1ir rtr iuv Two years six moNls asession is diviltcili into tv I r i IT rc monlhyeaciLdesire to study al1dressMedlclncI r W A BURNEY M D Dean Loulsvlilo M u I KNIGHT Pres tuumIIMgr K 1 S11t11 LIV W H BROWNS lW T GARNEIT Collector C t MASON Buyer THE LOUIVILLE BL4CKS1ITllrI 11 dIHi fr mLDEn i i r INCJORhOZ TEC He4 I GIIES f NUT MAGAZINE iLTFPractical Horseshoeing Wagon Building and Repairing Heavy Blacksmith Work a Specially madewickof 1 io and from all parts of the city ANNIE L JOHNSON HANSBERRFtGoods Delivered to all Parts of the Cityt HAJSBERRYPZEALEIZSIIV Groceries Meats VegetablesProduceD 807 Eleventh St Home Phone 4380 I 1 BEST PLACE ill THE CITY THEII 1 Hfobrans Inbuslp al Club 826 W WALNUT ST r Clean Linen and Courteous Attendants Harrods Creek S S 30 roller lion ssrts pastor preached col tection f9- SPortlandS42 collection 65 cts pastor preached collection 1725 S S 107 collection 152 pastor preached collection 1200 Ninth St SS 46 collection y6- cts pastor and Rev D And ron preached Three under watchcare collectiou 2755- Bardstown S S 25 collection I 28cts pastor preached collection 1025 The following officers were elect edRevs J H Frank DD Moderator D A Gaddie DD Secre- taryI E P Marrs D D Treasurer HPerdueJ JtJ t uwstasamc I aiBitts II Bowen J W Lewis IT rllt n t a n mute1 Revs E W II I Ktd 1 H Rhcdes and W j I Steward committee on Benevc I consistingReis of t II McCIdlani e gfuri j 1Lrj j I faitbIas Secretary cf th inecting I Bro F T Barnett was as a member of the admittedI I Revs J B Wmrow R T Wm Brown C L Puree andFryeII lE Steinmetz and Mr O G Dunn were introduced and addressed the Conference After the collection and the us ualannouncement s the ben dic LPurce 1 A r c 5 i C Buy Books Here PllgrlmV 1roKtBM ILmo cloth III GI oe I1LDrUfISOIII00Ourt est IndlxtI and handy cloth 25 lying Testimonies of the Saved and 00JuudllulIteraarkableAnswprrt 00nllVOtitveyllluatrutlons 50Two0Stepping50Mvrrelgnfy 50Melts60lmrrlranlsmWhichBestTChristian00FromIsThere25ParadiseZImitation 2lInI 25Prince25Boly1 251IlyI 25lIolCOKepcntancc 3InlIrn25Lords10The7bItehlodHerFI 60BeforeBehlnl60ImmersionBaptismf 00tOHili The TKntnn25BaptistTChristian 00Knr1011hntTheyBelieve li Erton to Calvary 1 Ol- MntMiew Henrys Comnientnry com 20Pif 1 TMist Principle 11ilklneno100mllttnos Chili i MrtnnlI 40 Ianturs Poclt I 111t Stall 75 hare1 bv GrnI nr 10 Moody Colporrace rlbtrny each IS Aduicbs all uiiicrs io AMUKJCAN BAP ST Louisville Ky I Illinois Central R Ri i Winter Tourist Tickets1 now on sale to- N i W OELEAN3 laand other points in the South also to HOT SPRINGS Ark Though pssonsy co ducted Er cusion Sleepes to California Azona New Mexico and 7 exas Cheap one way Colonist and Ilomeseek ers Excursion tickets on sale the rst and potutsl5outhandoliday Tickets on Sale Dec 23 24 25 30 Jan 1 arming in the South TenantRitroadI i cerning fruit crowing eciabl gardening Stock rauing dairying etc in the Mates tf Kentucky It EveryFannerDdadrcIII treeCirculartreyareTickets and full particulars Southeast Cor Fourth and Market Streets AgtjOtF W HARLOW Div Pass A HENDERSON R J f i L mviili Heudet on St Louis Railroad Ticket l ce 93 Fourth Avenue Union Depot Seventh d River EVA SVILLK ST LOUIS AND WES No 4 No 41 Nofuv Louisvillep1Ssm 4U5Pm a35ro 3piLvLv H endenon t4jpm totnpnt ix55xia Ar Ev asvilIeM tijpm xo opin raSa f- Ar St Louis 716101 r20aa ST LOUIS TO LOUISVILLE 8 THE EAST Mo 42 No 44 No 45- Lr Sf Lotto tladam Ijpa Lv Mt Vernon I0043am uJIpa Lv Evansville 7toam ssopm tSSam Lv Henderson 7jjara ealepm foam Lv Owensboro 8 3520 344pan 4 lOaD Lv Hawesville 917am 7 40pm 4 oai Ar Louisville is 35pm 74ipm Tyitu All trains run throuh solid to Evansvill 1hrougn Parlor Cars and Pullman Sleepers on al trains to Evansville and St Louts Trains ilos i 243 and 44 COBBeCtu JrlU1tt duty rnh tr a riot i 3 laG 4 for Fordsville Hardmburg and Falls ol Rough and otaer stations on Fordavilli bianch MDNDH r Direct Line to ChicagoModern TuneHNight Trains U U11nltflO p mAt Chicago 733 L IJI Btmnt coaches with tho Monon Gcelebrated hlfhback seats and Pall mr Vestibulcd BEet Sleeping Cars Day TrainsLouiivilfa 738 a mAr Chicago 855 p m Elegant Day Coaches with the Meson and1SSummer Resorts Close connections at Chi cago with trains and boats for the resorts of Michigan Wisconsin and Minnesota French Lick West Baden Springs reached only by the Monon The remedial properties of the various springs at these famous resorts are world renowned for chronic ailments ol Stomach Liver Kidneys and Bowels You drink the waternature does the rest Sesd for Booklet rfvlnz hotel rates and full Information c jI BACONLDItrictI t l Krjj 1 1Lt rJt I t t 1u l = 1E n Prb k T 7 IOAN BAPJ 1 iP = 04 Ie 1 r Irrtvo v rf 4 t 4tuBdat 6 A Pt r 99 M SUNMJAY JANUARY IOTH THE PREACHING OF JOHN THE BAPTIST MATT1 1111 u Motto Text Riipttnt ye for the kingdom of turivciiMS at hand hi ffctvi lfiIJIlt John fhi 111 pftafhinx in the t1 her ttrss of IdlTh hats when InSrfph and his tamlily were living in Nizinfh as to d in the clfsinji VITS iiil rhapter secpndI John was Lulu thjrbtIrS ofit t Itt1I1 been living in tilt desert that is in the wild1IIII1Iithtedi ptrt of the utniiUN fur Mine nne This was Ii tit apptranrt as a pieacher art1 titibtti 11 IISS Luke is the on Cmsjpdl vhich gives any account of Juhn before he bran his preaching The wildcrne of Judea was a name given to H region lying west of the Dad SiIa end including part of the Jwltu vallfy ftffitit jr lor ratdilrhur of 1111 htli haUlThe Greek word translated repent means u change of thought and of purpose True repentance changes our opinion of ourselves showing us tha we are guilty sinners tully deserv ing the wrath of Gtdan iit changes our purpose making us resolve to cease from sin and to ssek Gods lorgivenes j the kingdom of henven is baudThe it Jews had long hee looking for the Messiah king who was to sit upon the throne of David John tells us that the Messiah is coining to reign and as a preparation for his coming they should cease from their sins and turf from their evil ways For trir is he who was spot c of by the prophet hsaiasItM- atthew is who iis speaking in thisi verse and not John Esaias iis the Greekword for Isaiah The word translated by means more ac cnrattjiy through God spoke through the prophet The correctt tianslati n reaches the inspiration of Isaiah The voice of our crying in tht wilderness Prepare ye he TVM II the Lord make Iris pills straight Matthew quotfS from the Septua gitit version tl lsapt 3 Like 54 many of the prophocios this 011 has two fulfilment The primar reference tta5 to Gods bringing Is Ii th hack from the Babylonis captivity 1 he second f tiihltnrt It was the mission of John the Hfp1 tilt The kirgs in those dns whtr about to make n journey 1through their jrovincrsj sent hnald lo tithe people to prepnre the t ads 1 them Our Lord came to etablii a spiritual kingdom and ttw prfpa- atiott lor that was rtpentancc- Ami tilt troll hn had his rai men1 oj cautii il and a leafll ern girdle rivll Jl loiuiThI pictures repr rot j hns wearingI a camels skin bu this was nevei1 worn as sheepskin has been It wis a soaise strong cloth wow en runt camels hair amiIIN is worn the poor The girdle was neces san to fasten up the flowing gar meni when a tutu was in r pit m tion or active labor Sometime these girdles were of silk studdnd with jewels But cheap ones wen leather t lllld his meat was losusfs ell It MJ Id IIr Mis food The I lav of Moses slowed some specier of OUSIH to be caiKii am they wen utter eaten by th poor and art tU this day John dressed plainlj ind livid simply Johns appearauc was a strmon against luxury HOC called men to repentaiic And tin re went 0111 tv kil irasalein anil all Jude and zll the region round about Jordan All the J rdin valley was not jin eluded in the territory of Jcld Israel hut had no prophet sine Malachi lour hundred years befort of 4r=11 rL L IJ J And when one appeared dressing as diu the great Elijah and uttering I stern warnings in his Spirit it is not i I strange that the multitudes poured iI into the wilderness to hear him What added to their eagerness was I the hope that he might prove to ber1 Intj And were baptized o hiJI1 il1l Jordan eonessing their sins Dipped by him into the waters of the Jordan The word iis common in Greek literature andInvariably j rcins to immerse After the temple i had been destroyed and the I Jews stuttered aoroad they adopt ed baptism in the case of proselyt- esr the Gentiles The first ref i i I erencs to it in any of the Jewish vritintfs is in a Babylonian Tal stud of the fifth enturyII Confessing their slitsThe J acknowledged I was baptized tA Jill when he saw many of the Pharisees read SadJitees c ne fo Iris laplisllThere were three par 1 Yies if considered politically or 1 sects considered religiousthe Essenes Sadduces and Pharisees The latter were the best and the most numerous The Sadduces were sneering rationalists who sided with the conquerors and be lieved such parts oi the Old Testament as they happened to like t The Pharisees had been patriots to the wars of the Macabees and peot I pIe were hood men amongdj them but they had become largely hypocrites And while the mostt orthodox of these sects They were j j teaching for commandments the traditions ofmen i 160 generation of i1ipersAr- 1 very strong expresssion of indigos I tion and contempt Vipers were deafly and vipers were insidious By teaching the people the tradi tions of med instead of the commands of God these men mad themselves deadly serpents Who hath warned you to let Broaduus says the more natural sense o these words is surprise that any one should take the trouble with so little prospect of any stood re suit There is wrath to come be fore every one of our sinfulrace Blessed are thQSe who take warn ing and flee to the sure refuge of Christ UNIVERSITY NOTES f jS L Huh nj rah rah I s Ur RahI nth rah rah IeHurr Htirotli titvlr flnlriprli6XArxh robe rsth uthSdiuul will reripen next Mon day Jan 4th lDrl ed atBerea llSunda e isonj Imcer Mrs Lillian Jones Brown was a pleasant caller and with others and poke irany encouraging words hiirch Sunday eveping Prof V7T Paschal called t r see us at several times while visit lug the city BereanvSunday evening as usual Several students have returned irim their vacation Dr Puree united in matrimony Wedfu Say evening Mr William Sampson of Eliza bethtown and tnd Miss Corene Johnson of Cam Ira AlaIThe University exhibits at t- Highi School building were the adI miration of toll visitors After tthe holidays all will return p their work with renewed vigor With the New Year many new students will etHer f ItRev J R Gaddie uf atupbell tulle was a pleasant caller last Thursday wryare much lu1 evidence at the Statec Teachers Assp9JatAQD LJli I t fW- I ti k i t toII t It T Revs M M Porter and C Terrell paid us B short visit t nesdav J I r t The members ofthe Alumni A iI sociation of State University 111 requested to meet in chapel Y CIt January 6th H4Hoclock pm IBusiness f imu ance t U ttlttV II CRAKHJAI 1itsilmt A M FKVR Serv So IIR 1IIIIft 1 Bexingtuu litriNte rz PfC Itt te 4fnlil llef1 i 1 This body nit in the MJJtill r church with 1lqev 1 F Jiidtjjr in the chair- I Members present II a wtluMn Henderson B ilirris I ICFisherI Butler Hcffman S HI t lin Iluggi s P M Yoniig tyvnil r IKFPOKTS First church So Sti CulIrY tion iSl pastor preached roiui tion1813jShilohSoS 25 collrctinn 5 cents pastor and Rev HeruJerSiir z preached collection 315 Pleasant GreenS S S j fJlt tton 90 cents pastor and hosl vtQuarls preached colltcioh jit f 1 addition two- Mayslick S Sag cttijriin 1130 pastor preached clHtition 1380 Georgetown First church S S 70 collection 175 pastor prcaclh- t ed collection 1310 IMain streetS 83 t jj Itelk r 1250 pastor preached tuJlcctiri 1250 Pastor resigned to tatt effect third Sunday in Jyiuaj 1904 j i CynthianaS S 28 collects i f 49 cents Lords Supper administer ed Rev R B Butler pre tc11r1I 281eMt GlliadPastor pclli l i lft G J called for the iSth veart t tiHf74 cents pastor preached Lord1 Supper collection 1745 PilgrimRev PM Young ortati ed A committee cvnaistingof Revs E W Hawthorn R TVHnfrmTn and S P Young were app int to draw up resolutions cumplirneiv ing Rev C D Douglcss I r liiyAdfournedi Green next tJJS P Young Secy t 1i fJfj oo qOSJYel inrrnted a small Radiator whi h + hrn atached to a lamp or a gas briar r mlrIng a chimDeJutilnnttf hHi IS otherwise wasted nuti dues tIwithtruwttouttocoturri1Ty tuweather insni ennRomewhre1ledruomccm Il If heatnf1 jibe fIneecnih it is I ortoun I or I IIrcreelthree SatltemtI 14J tqheoncySdI Kwklel C t h 4 0112XI RAm TOP CO l1123 Arch Street Pm j iibi9 v JI VV Gc To THE PEOPLES DItUGCL 12th and CHESTS tT KoW PURE DRUGS AM- CHEMICALS 1 3ast Sc o tirLtf F rtit Cf18Q11OI i r f Ii Prescriptions arrunildy1 filet 1 I and promptly deliveredI I I pans of the oily OI tvff TAKEN BY PHONE IIJ fsi d MONEY ORUEKS issued at o Postal Station lit i IIi I v Our laundry dues ist lets i work Phone 5044 t i ORDEl TAKEN BY MAILss Idiun r I jc 1 ill 1 tJdJJL twtl 1Lt r rat I r Jr f- TD1tthh O fULi J- l J fSCOVERY 11ty HairMode JII traightfiy I i II- i 1tt j 1 st ls1Lr a 4 r TAKKN 4 FROM LIFE Iti UKTOUB AND ArEU TREATMENTt ORiGiNAL 11- rOZONlZEDj O3M1ROWa lAhythtCj t 1ar They wonderful hair pomade 11 the only ufe fg l 1 T I nrntI n in the worhitvt n lsff kinky or X t Jurly hnlr utralsht n nownov It nonlr W e ihr 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Qftrits of theJ Country and iiiipng their iSifJPw7eiikat vtzr I 1 n lota dill ntr ror uz ert1t u6iilatiMiiAimJjArliciilftWl t I WV I i AcMrcsa f3ERrSJ tfTt r ttSa ri I UFdn irI t ilr1f Jt 1 tiIUI0 t 1 r i iviilP I MSWELL SHIMDfRus iSTN iiitI tt 1Ihlk sr p r t1 f t11 uj 4cJMfrAMKnlJJall f ql JIHJI f 1Ie11fI I 1 s 111I11isl s1 e 1 rv rJU g1I w ur- td Ill1lamd lo fbA- I ilittslihdistlaiI II 111 Ir r EBougLtand Sold r t J dH tl luJUq cllrcI tfl SJJlJ Ottt tuts ll 11539 Wl enuSlulLb il JI 74f u119q dSf u I b I o LOUISVILLE rUNERAL DIRECTORS r First f u1e tIC and rv ite Attention aU + on Ute Loui FW1eralDir iDfIIFine r New her tirr FUPTTH A tsgt etc Co t js fx I 1Car nr Jua i- ti 1 is ol s- II 1 oilttl People is now nt your cowmane1 Calls am wend Day and Night Funeral Car and Hacks at lead olil titan nny other Finn in the City Try the New Firm and be convinced Cor17ta d Walnut 816 Phone 3081ws VM J SILKM AN Manager 4 Get in the Henderson Route Habit Kentuckians Official Route latin Worlds Fair City I Finest pasen tr service through St I Data OfVtiiNlioro and IIvaiwTilVe felt nubwuif occasions Homee seekers or Colonists Excursions Str Iiwve I lie ill IAS US FOR RATES I mm jiny wli ro To ferJwbt1re FIRSTIfE ICit I r A CHANCE IN A LIFE TIME t i i OR repettlle colonel people to praaire hmues on easy creel 1P tI MUfiiid cSc S 1 lPrjiuters at 357 Fiftt Street hivt opened what is fcuovu HS Liti oln Co irt Snit Jiyidiuuoa Vest lirjid viy inii 35lli Street A benudful plrt I IulrclImlcqlttalftil1 isO lots This property fronts on Hro41l t way 410 ft and it rmw north 1600 tltet within 150 feet off htj 1 nut Strict Iva s dfli iv nte S I lst vil t ninnina r an alley H tThis suburb has all the advantage city inijjcpvinents water s lS electric liglht in 1 sets rJrticttons Brtl1 viy will be aa weartriREMl Jt 1Rrtein ill andt several of them have been sold IIf you wish to pyr v 0 ilhaa name in a select neii hborhqod where only firstclass y colored people will be permitted come raid seg us at on tfJ2IU01 No city taxes improvements cost you nothing I PSH MCDONALD c1r SON 237 FIFTH ST LOUISVILLE KTIt4 I f HOME SEEKERS Excursions at very LOW RATES tu hlany points in the foil wing territory I tri timl rolnraI 1 lo I than Territory Iowa fi Kniisas Michtpin Minnesota ris9oiin Nvbraska New Mexico North Dakota lnlouia Soul Dakota Texas nah NVJsootjsin and Wvoniinj over thejj Big FFour Roota Selling dates December 1 and 15 190 January 5 and 19IFebruary 2 and 16 March 1 and 15 AprilS ami 19 1904 1 For fiiM i f iriI iIin Jini pirlicii ers alt to ro es tickets I net op h er1prh1 rfftil Ftc ttr Aijfiiiv ltiijour Route or aiMre he undtfrMiieil IttitiulJ 1 Y HI1 1JrSet p r tfkcl let l tfeIXrtIII o S J GATEjGt ijtral Ajjt iQuisMillr I K j f T I WiDtei Teu 1st Ticket uonn Imh ia r rs I II Ii I J I JI I FLORDIArI 1 turdl4G tilt Coast Points1rv r- Rontri Qt ale FROQUS FJQfqia Iimited Ir Irtt Haest 11 DiiiiDg fat1 qryic6 J 11 in the South MattefIJIIrltUL 1 STONE jell Pass 1 Atl1h- lchnI III r 1J II illl J Yri7 rut XYU e2JiIJ I HAVE YOU MADE UP YOURtMIND WHERK YOU WANT TO 4I GO How about the 1Vest- or Southwest IF TO THE WEST QR SOUTHWEST WHY NOT HAVE YOUR TICKETS READ OVER THHHIfflE 7ii t i jYU 3an get betterIf vied J 4 f IXFREE RECLINING CHAIR CARS ON ALL EVENING TRAINS BETWEEN KENTUCKY POINTS AND ST LOUIS AND THE WEST AND f SOUTH WEST The t5o lin the ff II j i doesit 4 I llfS klli I REIOGNILED- AS iTHE OFFICAL ROUTE FOR CQNFORTABLKI 1 TRAVEL H r BETtiEEN KHNTUCKY VQINTS AND THE WEST AND ISOUT 1TI I I s Get the Hendcr dnII Route HabitI I RObNpFRrP HOMESEEKr- EH Ali ONE WAY COLO I NISTI jlEI IN7 UFFUCT ONrr rre khR 1 c1i1 lillTJ IXLor i 1ll 1IJIIIt1 I i 1 If a y I IIjj ts rffbii rates ail- k ue firtoj y11t u lrt l ItI f lItKETT fJtuflI It t rrty Ianr- i t lili lil i l tI 1OWsvetfdgV w 1 seer DVEVillVLeDt ljVI1 t ril UFFu Jol1 W 1f t ft 1 Il loL VfBH tJtI I I i1 Realtlr 30ito 10 P M 7 to 8 A a 2 21Yt t sfti hr Jail t t IIL i t 0 to 780 i t r 1rW beau St Dp Bid tast t 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